Olympics Special: Forced Abortion in China

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The Beijing Olympics Opening Ceremony is about to start.

In all the protests about Tibet and about internet censorship (important issues both), there is an enormous humanitarian crisis in China at risk of getting pushed into the background. That crisis is the systematised, legalised, horrific violence against women and girls.

Through Olympics time, I’m planning to post roundups and linkdumps on a series of these topics. Be warned – they’re all likely to contain triggers.

First up: forced abortion.

More gruesome graphics

Yet another forced-birther group: If you were born after 1972, we challenge you to consider yourself a Survivor of the Abortion Holocaust. 1/3 of your generation has been killed by abortion in America! To hammer their point home, Survivors has… Read More ›

Refusing to be ashamed

Audrey Apple, in her non-alliterative RL persona, has written an online column for Adelaide’s Sunday Mail where she freely discusses her experience of two abortions as simple relief, and that she refuses to be shamed for not feeling guilt or… Read More ›

But what would they sing?

Grooms for life: Denise Noe has a plan to reduce abortions by recruiting godly single men to marry knocked-up whores who will thereupon resile from their baby-murd’rin’ ways and fawn upon the godbothering grooms in gratitude thereafter ’til death do… Read More ›